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PM “We fight together” Demonstration for International Women’s Day

We invite you to our Demonstration on 07.03.2020 celebrating International Women`s Day in Potsdam. The meeting point is at Hbf Potsdam Nord / Babelsbergerstr. at 13.30h – from there we head towards Filmmuseum, Luisenplatz, Nauener Tor until Platz der Einheit

We from Women in Exile and Friends, together with our alliances in Potsdam, will be marching on the streets on Saturday the 07.03.20 with the motto „We fight together”.

We are many and fight together: we are refugees, black and women* of colour,lesbians, inter*, trans*, non-binary people and  take the advantage of the international women`s days  to go to the streets and fight for our rights against all kinds of discrimination and violence.

We will get loud for all the injustices and inhuman treatment as we witness the physcial violation of refugee on the Turkey, Greece border while the politicians from both sides are talking of deals and money.

We demand that European countries should take responsibilities of the aftermath for their role in all the wars, climate change and poverty in the global south and open borders to enable free movement.

In the german context we demand healthcare for all without discrimination and the abolition of camps for women* and children.

„We condemn the forced deportations carried out in the middle of the night by police, which are leaving women and children traumatised with nowhere to turn to but end up with sleepless nights“, so Elizabeth Ngari von Women in Exile.

We will name and demand end of racism, sexism and violence especially on refugee women who suffer double discrimination and being forced to live in isolation in the camps.

Pressekontakt Women in Exile
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